Crockpot Freezer Cooking Recipes

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      • Jeanmarie says

        My husband has an allergy to chicken as well, makes it difficult to make healthy meals. I do have some luck replacing chicken with turkey thighs (I know a little higher in fat, I at least remove the skin), turkey breast tenderloin (the thighs are better must be the fat) or pork tenderloin. I plan on trying these recipes with one of these substitutions.

    • Dmarie says

      Crockpot Italian Beef:
      (One of my favorites)

      Ingredients:
      3 – 5 Lbs Lean Beef Roast
      (Think Top Round or Sirloin Tip)
      1 Lg Onion Thinly Sliced
      1 Pkt Dry Italian Dressing Mix
      1 Tbsp Prepared Pesto
      2 Tsp Red Pepper Flakes
      1 Jar Roasted Red Bell Pepper
      1 Jar Sliced Peperoncini
      2 Cups Beef Broth
      Sliced Provolone for Serving
      French Rolls

      Directions:
      Brown all sides of roast
      Add browned roast and all ingredients except cheese and rolls to crockpot

      Cook on low 6 hours
      Remove lid and shred beef with two forks
      Put lid back on crockpot and continue cooking 2 additional hours
      Serve on grilled French Rolls with provolone cheese
      Hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

  1. April says

    I also wish there were more non-chicken recipes – humanely-treated, organically fed chicken is SO expensive around here (more than twice the cost of grass-fed beef or organic pork) and so we don’t eat chicken very often at all. I clicked back through their other recipes and there are a few beef recipes and one pork chop recipe. Anyone know of a source for non-chicken freezer crock pot meals (including vegetarian)?

  2. says

    I am so thankful for these! I have a newborn baby and love to use my slow cooker during the postpartum time to save energy in the kitchen. Thanks for posting :-)

  3. Gretchen says

    I agree with the chicken comment. We stopped eating chicken breasts because they are so expensive if you try to buy local or organic. I do like the one whole chicken recipe. I would like more beef, pork or bean ones as well.

  4. Lisa says

    Last week I put together nine meals based on this post and am eating the first one tonight – the orange chicken recipe. Hoping it’s a good one!

  5. Christine M says

    Thanks for posting this! Being preggo w/ #5 has caused me to eat NO beef. Which saddens me but I’m thankful to find chicken on sale at our commissary for $2 for a whole chicken and $2.50 for chicken breasts. I find cooking w/ my crockpot helps on days when I am too tired to stand and cook and helps us not go out to eat =).

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